The top-452 album releases of 2012 according to you

December 7, 2012

Firework! That’s what the #1 record of 2012 starts with. According to you, Japandroids‘ Celebration Rock is the best release of 2012. The  band that performed at Incubate 2012 got 22 votes and was on #1 in four individual yearlists. 86 top-10 lists were submitted the last few weeks and the toplist is not curated by an […]

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[Report] Frank at SXSW: Part three

March 17, 2012

Colleague Frank Kimenai‘s report of his experience at the SXSW festival. Here is report three. “Hello Frank Kimenai  Congratulations! We are emailing you, Frank Kimenai at frank@incubate.org, to inform you that you have been selected to receive 1 admission for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.” This was the first thing I read this morning, when I opened my […]

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Weathervane Music, a new approach to independent music production

February 21, 2012

One of the most exciting projects that is exploring the boundaries of community funded music. Weathervane Music is a non-profit organisation that invest in new artist. Where the ‘music industry’ can only invest and maintain the careers of established artist, Weathervane music does so with starting acts with an amazing high-end quality and professionally. Together […]

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[Playlist] 75 “menstruation pop” songs

June 10, 2010

When I was playing some Josephine Foster songs at the Incubate office earlier this week, someone dared to call her music “menstruation pop”. Reason for me to make a playlist in Spotify with music that proves that mysogyny in pop music is wrong. I reappropiated the name and called my playlist menstruation pop. Here’s the […]

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Deerhoof captured 013 with their experimental and energetic sound

March 11, 2014

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Deerhoof at Incubated. Photo by William van der Voort - www.cloakture.com Incubated took on 013 last Friday. Headliner Deerhoof, known for their experimental yet energetic sound, were about to strike down in Tilburg. In combination with noise-pop band The Sweet Release Of Death and psychedelic band Father Murphy, the night was bound to display a wide […]

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